Untouched By Happiness - Poem by Tarun Agarwal
Untouched by happiness
Here, in India, lives a concept,
of untouchables - people not worthy of contact.
I too was for sometime an untouchable,
an ignominious failure lives marooned in an island.
Then words happened and a bridge constructed,
suddenly, I was embraced, hugged - touched.
The crown of glory is now on me,
but to my one person I'll always remain an untouchable - happiness.
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